Bury heading for liquidation after owner Steve Dale defaults on payments

14 February 2020 02:09
Dale has defaulted on CVA agreed to settle £5m debtClub expelled from Football League in AugustBury’s owner Steve Dale has defaulted on the company voluntary arrangement (CVA) he agreed last summer to settle the club’s £5m debts, having failed to provide the money required to fund it.The deadline passed on Tuesday and the supervisor of the CVA, the accountant Steven Wiseglass, confirmed that the funding had not been provided to service it. Dale’s failure makes it almost certain that the 135-year-old club, expelled from the Football League in August because Dale did not provide convincing evidence that he had the money to fund it for a season, will go into liquidation. Related: Everton chairman Bill Kenwright planned to give Bury around £1m Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian